|Quoting Access-Air (Reply 2):|
Even at one point when Erie was the home base of operations for the Old Jestream International (born as Vee Neal Airlines)
|Quoting ATLBoiler (Reply 3):|
Actually effective September 6th, DL is leaving ERI completely.
|Quoting Tornado82 (Reply 4):|
That says alot, DL seems to run a CRJ to any strip long enough to handle one.
|Quoting PSU.DTW.SCE (Reply 5):|
There are a few more knocking on death's door too....where rumors of a withdrawl are pending
|Quoting KDCA (Reply 9):|
I'm surprised that DL is leaving this market. It does seem that UA and AE could reallocate some of their ORD slots from saturated markets in Illinois and Wisconsin.
|Quoting Tornado82 (Reply 10):|
Interesting you say that, yet PIT has their highest O&D levels ever.
|Quoting PSU.DTW.SCE (Reply 11):|
However, maybe not, as DL couldn't make ERI-ATL work, even with the enormous amount of connections available.
|Quoting Tornado82 (Reply 12):|
Weren't the CRJ's taking restrictions out of Erie in the summer (and winter with the incessant snowfalls up there) on their relatively long voyage to ATL. They don't have the longest runways up there.